A wealth of nature for guests from the Klopeiner See – Südkärnten region in Sablatnigmoor to experience. 1,700 animal species and 300 plants are all housed in this nature reserve.
The site where the present-day Sablatnigmoor has established itself was a post-Ice-Age lake some 12,000 years ago. Over time, the area and the boggy landscape came into being, bringing with them a rich variety of plant and animal life. Here, you will find 1,700 animals, 300 plants and 170 bird species over 104 hectares. And something for garden lovers: Featured here are two carnivorous species of sundew and waterwash, as well as numerous rare orchids (for example, the marsh sundew). Fauna also need not hide within the Natura 2000 preserve. Birds, butterflies and frogs are particularly at home in Sablatnigmoor.
Although the marsh is accessible at any time, regular scientific tours are also held.